What’s so great about exercise? Here’s a long list of benefits that physical activity can provide. Exercise may…
1-Reduce the risk of a heart attack.
2-Increase muscular strength.
3-Improve cardiovascular circulation.
4-Help control weight.
6-Improve athletic performance.
7-Increase the quality of life.
8-Reduce the risk of high blood pressure.
9-Help you go to sleep more readily.
10-Promote attentiveness and creativity.
11-Strengthen the immune system.
12-Help you cope with stress more effectively.
13-Help reduce the percentage of body fat.
14-Increase high density lipoprotein (HDL) levels in the blood.
15-Reduce the risk of arrhythmia.
16-Increase muscle mass.
17-Enhance immunity against common wintertime illnesses.
18-Maximize oxygen utilization.
19-Decrease resting heart rate.
20-Alleviate some menstrual difficulties.
21-Help hormones function more harmoniously and effectively.
23-Increase muscle and joint flexibility.
24-Increase physical stamina.
25-Increase blood plasma volume.
26-Reduce the time required to return to the resting heart rate after exertion.
27-Reduce blood density, and therefore the risk of circulatory disorders.
28-Reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
30-Increase productivity at school.
32-Help you meet people and make new friends.
33-Promote the establishment of a regular sleep routine.
34-Reduce the occurrence of many types of headaches.
35-Alleviate discomfort such as back pain.
36-Increase bones’ density and resistance to breakage.
37-Reduce triglyceride levels in the blood.
38-Strengthen the heart muscle.
39-Prevent obesity from developing over time.
40-Increase energy, making it easier to get through your everyday routine.
41-Help you develop an independent lifestyle.
42-Regulate your general mood.
43-Help reduce healthcare costs.
44-Facilitate control of blood sugar levels.
45-Enable you to burn more calories by increasing the basal metabolic rate.
46-Increase the amount of oxygen fed to the brain.
47-Help regulate blood pressure.
48-Make the formation of blood clots less likely.
49-Increase glycose tolerance.
50-Reduce the need to take medication.
51-Strengthen respiratory system muscles.
52-Increase the lungs’ diffusion capacity.
53-Help to preserve lean body tissue.
54-Motivate you to eat a balanced diet.
55-Make you more aware of issues concerning health.
56-Slow down joint deterioration.
57-Increase oxygen levels in the lungs.
58-Help to preserve muscle mass.
59-Reduce abdominal fat, which is a risk factor for a number of diseases.
60-Help you quit smoking.
61-Regulate the heart rate.
62-Help the heart pump blood more efficiently.
63-Increase muscle and joint flexibility.
64-Reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
65-Help regulate intestinal function.
66-Help protect against injuries.
67-Increase cartilage tissue in the joints.
68-Help you develop a healthy lifestyle.
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